The Otago Volts gave Aaron Redmond the ideal send off for his
last home game by wrapping up a four wicket win over
Canterbury at the University Oval on Saturday.
It was dark and cold when the passengers of flight NZ1127
checked in at Auckland airport yesterday at 6.30am.
Albion probably saved its worst for last, but that was soon
forgotten as the club celebrated a Declaration Cup win and
the Bing Harris Shield on Saturday.
Australia beat New Zealand by seven wickets in the final at
the Melbourne Cricket Ground to win the World Cup for the
fifth time and send their retiring captain Michael Clarke out
as a winner.
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